Governments and policymakers are enablers of innovation and sustainable growth. Find the latest research on how gender diversity contributes to innovation and get actionable guidance on increasing the share of girls' and women's participation in STEM.
Read about the experiences of women in tech, biotechnology, and light manufacturing. Learn what motivates women and the kinds of support systems, gender disparities in career choice, advancement, and opportunities face them.
The “Gender-Responsive Standards” aims at providing a practical way forward for standards bodies wishing to take a step towards gender equality through the standards they develop and their standards development process.
This report examines the key issues concerning girls' and women’s participation and achievement in STEM-related technical and vocational education and training (TVET) programmes and their transition to STEM-related careers.
This publication contains three parts, a policy paper and two think pieces. It shares strategies to close gender divides in digital skills through education.
This document lists the main UN frameworks, guidelines, capacity-building tools, toolkits and other measurement tools related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) and digital development.
The report looks at women in STEM education, the labour market and policies in the ECA region.
This research collection aims to highlight the contextual barriers that girls and women face in STEM education and careers and offer concrete examples of interventions that successfully encourage participation of girls and women in STEM.
This factsheet highlights the persistence of the gender gap in the digital sector. Women's increased participation in the industry could help solve the shortage of information and communications technology (ICT) professionals needed for the EU's digital sector to grow. It could also yield economic benefits in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita.
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